Police are admired by President Trump, who stresses that they be respected, the opposite of the position held by Obama. With the cop-hater gone, violence against police is also
The results of Americans having evicted the racist scofflaw who was squatting for the past eight years in the White House has brought immediate improvement in relations between law enforcement and communities across the country.
Now that pliable criminal parasites are no longer being encouraged by their pretend “president” to engage in violent anti-cop criminal behavior because “they’re all racists anyway,” line-of-duty deaths, including fatal shootings of police officers, are down. Preliminary reports show that the trends for increasing crime rates in major US cities are reversing as well.
DOJ has adopted a new focus on policing results, which has reduced tensions between the federal government and local agencies and most significantly, the seemingly endless confrontations between shouting thugs and police have virtually stopped. They were choreographed for the election by the left to motivate black Americans to vote their criminal candidate into office but they failed.
In recognizing the role President Trump has played in turning things around, the National Fraternal Order of Police Executive Director, Jim Pasco said, “Arguably the most significant thing a president can do is use the bully pulpit to reflect his support for law enforcement. To this point in his presidency, he has certainly gone out of his way to do that. That resonates within the profession, and it’s received very favorably.”
AG Sessions had greatly reduced the number of power-grabbing consent decrees, a favored tool of Loretta Lynch and her ACLU head thugstress Vanita Gupta by which to demand compliance with their dictates under the threat of financial ruin.
Chief Tom Manger, president of the Major Cities Chiefs Association, said “We were frustrated toward the end of the Obama administration with the Justice Department and some of their decisions with regard to consent decrees and how they were dealing with individual police departments they are reviewing or investigating.”
They destroyed the Ferguson and Baltimore City Police Departments and only the loss of power prevented them from converting every local law enforcement entity across the country into a cookie cutter of the Obama federal model.
Pasco expressed his views as to why the confrontations between riled-up citizens and police have diminished, saying, “People who otherwise might feel empowered in making these attacks see far less empathy or support from authority figures than they may have in the past.”
That’s his polite way of pointing the blame at Obama, Lynch and the rest of the agitating leftist radicals who had seized power and their promotion of trickle-down thuggery. Now that nobody is inciting the murder of police officers and is encouraging instead that they be respected, the trend is reversing. It’s all a matter of leadership.
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